Cycling and style go hand in hand. From Eddy Merckx riding a turbo trainer in a garage, Hinault taking a quick toilet break donning the yellow jersey to Adam Blythe pulling off the all white National championship kit surprisingly well – it’s something that is very difficult but when done right, looking good on the bike is insanely cool.
This is something Albion have managed to achieve very well since their launch back in September, using high performance fabric to produce stylish, timeless products.
For Spring/Summer, Albion have created clothing and accessories versatile enough for the unreliable British seasons, whilst expanding their colour palette.
Their new short sleeve jersey is made using a mid-weight performance fabric that can be worn from Spring through to Autumn. It comes in the olive used on their winter jersey and a new navy number to go with their new navy cap.
Albion’s new Thermoroubaix arm warmers were also designed with the versatility to cover the British seasons in mind. A wind and water resistant fabric, that offers breathability and can be worn alone with a jersey, or partnered with a gilet for the cooler days.
They’ve introduced a tool roll, using the prestigious Halley Stevenson fabric – milled in Scotland. The tool roll is made in England, something Albion feel passion about and will continue to do when it is needed. The tool roll can be used to store a variety of things, such as spare tubes, tyre levers and multi tool.
Spring Summer also sees the return of Albion’s classic cycling caps. One of the most stylish cycling items, available in their classic cream, navy and orange. They’ve also brought out their Waterproof pouch, also made using Halley Stevenson fabric, to keep your phone, money and personal belongings dry.
Albion’s new Spring Summer range is available now on their website using this link.